Fog and drizzle usually make people run for cover, but since I walk to and from work, I’m pretty much stuck with it. Then again, it means I have the streets and waterfront to myself, which is plenty fine with me. On this foggy, drizzly Friday afternoon I decided to walk home from work along the water and see what photos were ready to be taken. Turns out I had no problem finishing a roll on my twelve minute walk.
Buildings shrouded with fog, empty boardwalks and lonely tourist traps make for excellent subjects, especially in black and white. This is the tall-for-Halifax 1801 Hollis Street, a good-looking glass and steel building that I’m sure drives the heritage people crazy.